Pacific Junction

Pacific Junction originated two miles north of its present location and was known as Pacific City. Upon completion of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad in 1871, the town was relocated two miles south and renamed Pacific Junction. With 507 residents, the city has a mayor and council. It is currently experiencing commercial/industrial expansion interest due to Tax Increment Financing areas and its location at an I-29 exit.


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